Newsletter Issue 14: CASEL SEL framework, Cornerstone Excel Training, New Visions Teacher Residency

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Newsletter Issue 14 – March 2017

Put our network tool on the map

CASEL, a research collaborative, is investigating the most commonly used frameworks for SEL measurement. Let’s make SSN part of the national conversation! Fill out this survey before April 1 and make sure to review how the Student Success Network framework has been guiding your work. We’ve built this tool together, and now it’s time to share it.

Looking to improve?

Sign up for: Cornerstone Research Outreach & Philanthropy Intermediate Excel Training Workshop. This free interactive, in-person training workshop is recommended for people with a basic/introductory understanding of Excel. Fill out this Doodle poll by 3/24 to help us confirm a date.

Sadie Nash’s Chitra Aiyar

is a nominee for the DVF Award which recognizes women for their dedication to transforming the lives of other women; women who have had the courage to fight, the power to survive, and the leadership to inspire. Show Sadie Nash your support by voting for them today!

New Visions – Teacher Residency

Applications are now open for the New Visions-Hunter College Charter School Teacher Residency. The residency is a 24-month teacher prep program that will train you to become an exceptional special education teacher at a New Visions Charter High School. While earning your Master’s degree, you will work as a resident teacher, receiving one-on-one mentoring, supported teaching experiences, coursework aligned to classroom experiences, and financial support while you study.

Email Kim Ferguson at with any questions.

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Sooah Rho

Sooah is passionate about the power of young people to change their communities. She focuses on identifying ways SSN can continue to grow and cultivate an inclusive network that elevates the most important voices in education: practitioner and youth. Prior to joining SSN, Sooah was a high school English teacher in Oakland, CA where she was awarded Teacher of the Year by Oakland Unified Charter Schools 2016.

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